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Dick Beardsley (born March 21, ) is an American long-distance runner best known for tying for first place with Inge Simonsen in the inaugural London Marathon and his close finish with Alberto Salazar in the Boston Marathon. Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Dick Veenendaal was a jumpmaster in the United States Army Special Forces, commonly known as the “green berets.” Jim Martin was his commanding officer. “I served with Dick in Okinawa, Philippines, Korea – mainly in the Far East,” said Martin, who served in the military for 34 years.